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Name  
MAO Yajing
Title  
  Associate Professor
Highest Education  
  Ph.D.
Subject Categories  
  Economic Geology, Magmatic deposit
Phone  
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Zip Code  
  100029
Fax  
  010-62010846
Email  
  maoyajing@mail.iggcas.ac.cn
Office  
  No.19 Beitucheng West Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100029, China

Education and Appointments:

MAO Ya-Jing, male, Ph.D., was born at Wenling, Zhejiang Province in 1985. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2014, became an associate professor at the Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences in December 2018. His research focused on ore-forming processes of magmatic Ni-Cu deposits. Based on systematic petrology, mineralogy and geochemistry work on Ni-Cu deposits in the Xinjiang area and Jinchuan deposit in Gansu province, he revealed the characteristics and formation mechanism of high-nickel tenor deposits, and demonstrated the relationship between oxygen fugacity of the Ni-Cu deposits in Central Asian Orogenic belts, and proposed the sulfide enrichment mechanism of the Jinchuan deposit was the result of sulfide liquid percolation in a crystal mush. He has served as a reviewer for several peer-reviewed journals and given oral presentations in international Ni-Cu (PGE) conferences. The current research interest concentrates on petrologic experiments and quantitative texture analysis.

Learning and work experience:
2008, graduated from Guilin University of Technology, Bachelor
2011, graduated from China University of Geosciences (Wuhan), Master
2014, graduated from the University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Ph.D
2013.10-2014.04, Indiana University, USA, visiting Ph.D
2014-2018, postdoc at the Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences,
2016.02-2017.03 Australian Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO, Perth), visiting postdoc


Research Interests:
  1. Origin of Magmatic Ni-Cu deposit
  2. Petrologic experiments
  3. Quantitative textures analysis
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Honors:
  1. 2014, Chinese Academy of Sciences Zhuliyuehua outstanding doctoral student
  2. 2018, Annual Scientific and Technological Achievement Award of Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences (Ranked 2)

Supported Projects:
  1. January 2019 - January 2023, National Natural Science Foundation of China (General program), PI
  2. January 2014 - December 2018, National Natural Science Foundation of China (program for young scholars), PI
  3. May 2015 - May 2017, Chinese Post-Doc Science Foundation of China, PI

Selected Publication:

2018

  1. Mao Y-J, Barnes SJ, Duan J, Qin KZ, Godel BM, Jiao J. (2018). Morphology and Particle Size Distribution of Olivines and Sulphides in the Jinchuan Ni–Cu Sulphide Deposit: Evidence for Sulphide Percolation in a Crystal Mush. Journal of Petrology, 59(9), 1701-1730.
  2. Mao Y-J, Qin KZ, Barnes SJ, Ferraina C, Iacono–Marziano G, Verrall M, Tang DM, Xue SC. 2018. A revised oxygen barometry in sulfide-saturated magmas and application to the Permian magmatic Ni–Cu deposits in the southern Central Asian Orogenic Belt. Mineralium Deposita, 53(6): 731-755.
  3. Mao Y-J, Qin KZ, Tang DM (2018). Revisiting the age and emplacement process of the Huangshandong Ni–Cu deposit in the Central Asian Orogenic belt, northwestern China: Implications for multiple magma extractions from a short–lived staging magma chamber. Lithos, 320-321:583-591.
  4. Mao Y-J, Dash B, Qin KZ, Bujinlkham B, Tang DM. 2018. Comparisons among the Oortsog, Dulaan, and Nomgon mafic-ultramafic intrusions in central Mongolia and Ni-Cu deposits in NW China: implications for economic Ni-Cu-PGE ore exploration in central Mongolia. Russian Geology and Geophysics, 59(1): 1-18.

2017

  1. Mao Y-J, Qin KZ, Barnes SJ, Tang DM, Xue SC, Le Vaillant M. 2017. Genesis of the Huangshannan high-Ni tenor magmatic sulfide deposit in the Eastern Tianshan, northwest China: Constraints from PGE geochemistry and Os–S isotopes. Ore Geology Reviews, 90: 591-606.
  2. Mao Y-J, Tang DM, Qin KZ, Taranovic V. 2017. Geochemistry of the~ 326 Ma Xinyuan mafic intrusion in the Eastern Junggar Terrane, Northwest China: implications for tectonic setting and magmatic Ni–Cu mineralization potential. International Geology Review, 59(10), 1276-1291.
  3. Tang DM, Qin KZ, Xue SC, Mao Y-J, Evans, N J, Niu, YJ, Chen, JL. 2017. Genesis of the Permian Kemozibayi sulfide-bearing mafic-ultramafic intrusion in Altay, NW China: Evidence from zircon geochronology, Hf and O isotopes and mineral chemistry. Lithos, 292: 49-68.

2016

  1. Mao Y-J, Qin KZ, Tang DM, Feng HY, Xue SC. 2016. Crustal contamination and sulfide immiscibility history of the Permian Huangshannan magmatic Ni-Cu sulfide deposit, East Tianshan, NW China. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, 129: 22-37.
  2. Xue SC, Qin KZ, Li CS, Tang DM, Mao Y-J, Qi L, and Ripley E M. 2016. Geochronological, Petrological, and Geochemical Constraints on Ni-Cu Sulfide Mineralization in the Poyi Ultramafic-Troctolitic Intrusion in the Northeast Rim of the Tarim Craton, Western China: Economic Geology, 111: 1465-1484.

2015 and before

  1. Mao Y-J, Qin KZ, Li C, Tang DM. 2015. A modified genetic model for the Huangshandong magmatic sulfide deposit in the Central Asian Orogenic Belt, Xinjiang, western China. Mineralium Deposita, 50(1): 65-82.
  2. Mao Y-J, Qin KZ, Li C, Xue SC, Ripley EM. 2014. Petrogenesis and ore genesis of the Permian Huangshanxi sulfide ore-bearing mafic-ultramafic intrusion in the Central Asian Orogenic Belt, western China. Lithos, 200(0): 111-125.
  3. Tang DM, Qin KZ, Su BX, Sakyi P A, Mao Y-J, and Xue SC. 2014. Petrogenesis and mineralization of the Hulu Ni-Cu sulphide deposit in Xinjiang, NW China: constraints from Sr-Nd isotopic and PGE compositions: International Geology Review, 56: 711-733.
 
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